To acknowledge distress is to open the space within to explore possibilities & see the obstacles without identifying with them. My work is grounded in reminding you to connect you with your intrinsic capacity to go inward, to reflect, to feel, to sense, to think, & to experience – to create the most crucial relationship in your life – the relationship with yourself.
With curiosity, patience, intention, security, time, reciprocated & mutual attention, & full mirroring of ourselves in the therapeutic relationship, we can heal ourselves. Beginning therapy can feel daunting – it asks for embracing the uncertainty and authenticity that comes with time. I will be honored to support you in making your first step toward multiple possibilities.